U.S. Navy Regulations 1990

Department of the Navy, Washington D.C.

 

 
     
 

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ALNAV Interim Changes.pdfALNAV Interim ChangesALNAV Interim Changes
Chapter 6 - The United States Coast Guard (When Operating as a Service in the Navy).pdfChapter 6 - The United States Coast Guard (When Operating as a Service in the Navy)The United States Coast Guard (When Operating as a Service in the Navy)
Tables.pdfTablesTables
Glossary.pdfGlossaryGlossary
Chapter 11 - General Regulations.pdfChapter 11 - General RegulationsGeneral Regulations
Chapter 3 - The Secretary of the Navy.pdfChapter 3 - The Secretary of the NavyThe Secretary of the Navy
Chapter 12 - Flags, Pennants, Honors, Ceremonies and Customs.pdfChapter 12 - Flags, Pennants, Honors, Ceremonies and CustomsFlags, Pennants, Honors, Ceremonies and Customs
Chapter 10 - Precedence, Authority and Command.pdfChapter 10 - Precedence, Authority and CommandPrecedence, Authority and Command
Table of Contents.pdfTable of ContentsTable of Contents
Index.pdfIndexIndex
Chapter 8 - The Commanding Officer.pdfChapter 8 - The Commanding OfficerThe Commanding Officer
Chapter 5 - The Commandant of the Marine Corps.pdfChapter 5 - The Commandant of the Marine CorpsThe Commandant of the Marine Corps
Chapter 9 - The Senior Officer Present.pdfChapter 9 - The Senior Officer PresentThe Senior Officer Present
Chapter 7 - Commanders in Chief and Other Commanders.pdfChapter 7 - Commanders in Chief and Other CommandersCommanders in Chief and Other Commanders
Chapter 4 - The Chief of Naval Operations.pdfChapter 4 - The Chief of Naval OperationsThe Chief of Naval Operations
Chapter 2 - The Department of the Navy.pdfChapter 2 - The Department of the NavyThe Department of the Navy
Chapter 1 - Statutory Authority for United States Navy Regulations.pdfChapter 1 - Statutory Authority for United States Navy RegulationsStatutory Authority for United States Navy Regulations
 
  
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